Okinawa campaign

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Synonyms for Okinawa campaign

a campaign in the closing days of World War II in the Pacific (April to June 1945)

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The current Okinawa campaign running in Japan distributes an original Chura-Navi guidebook including discounts, on board JAL domestic flights to Okinawa and all JTA routes.
By itself, this would make Seven Stars indispensable to students of the Okinawa campaign, the Pacific war, postwar Japan, generalship, and staff operations.
Yet I constantly noticed curious exclusions: Iwo Jima, the fire raids on almost all major Japanese cities, the Okinawa campaign, the nuclear impetus to surrender, the naval war of attrition, the eradication of Japan's once majestic air force, and the dynamic, if belated, entry of the Soviet Union into the war.
He received the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with a Gold Star for his flying achievements including combat missions in the Okinawa Campaign.
Buckner's Tenth Army (November); served in that post throughout the Okinawa campaign (April 1-June 22, 1945); commanded the Quantico Marine Corps Schools (July); as major general was named assistant commandant and chief of staff of the Marine Corps (April 1948); just after the Korean War broke out took command of the 1st Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, California (July 1950); together with Rear Adm.
He was able to participate in the Okinawa campaign aboard the USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74).
He received the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with a Gold Star for his flying achievements, including combat missions in the Okinawa Campaign.
Within five days, army General Joseph "Vinegar Joe" Stilwell took command of the Tenth, and finished out the Okinawa campaign.
Navy, on the USS Sagittarious, where he received a letter of commendation in the Okinawa Campaign during WWII, he was called upon again to serve on the USS Ashland during the Korean Conflict.
Timing, too, conspired to obscure the nature of the Okinawa campaign.
This book covers the 16 months from spring 1944 through the end of the war, including the Marianas, Philippines, Peleliu, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa campaigns, focusing primarily on the island and land operations.
Halsey also led the Third Fleet during the Leyte Gulf and Okinawa campaigns, 1944-1945.